Nisha Katona, founder, CEO and executive chef of Mowgli Street Food restaurants, and Judge Professor Paulo Pinto de Albuquerque, a European Court of Human Rights judge, are being awarded honorary doctorates by Edge Hill University.
Staff of the Business School celebrated Halloween in style last week, while raising money for two worthy local causes, the Ormskirk Food Bank and Age UK. Participating staff members wore costumes to work and asked students to vote with small change on the best costume. Nick Catahan was a worthy winner, giving a full lecture […]
In late October, Professor Christopher Dent attended the 2019 International Renewable Energy Conference (IREC) in Seoul, South Korea where he was the keynote speaker on the Trade and Renewable Energy Panel. Over recent years he has worked closely with REN21, one of the key sponsors of the event, on renewable energy issues. IREC is held […]
On October 23rd, Prof Helen Woodruffe-Burton, director of the Business School, performed with the Trinity Girls Brass Band as part of the Institute of Social Responsibility’s Festival of Ideas 2019. The Trinity Girls Brass Band is celebrating 60 years as the only all-female contesting Brass band in the UK (thought the timing of this event […]
First-year students at Edge Hill University have been set the tricky task of solving a problem faced by some of the best minds in business as high street closures continue.
You might be familiar with illegal pyramid schemes of the type that Homer Simpson was almost taken in by. However, of more growing concern are legal Multi-Level Marketing schemes.
This year’s Academy of Marketing Conference at Regeant’s Univerisity saw EHU lecturer Dr Máire O Sullivan being awarded Academy of Marketing Research Funding for her proposal entitled Creating a consumer market: the socialisation of multiple generations as consumers of menstrual goods.
A group from Edge Hill University enjoyed the trip of a lifetime to the USA thanks to financial assistance from the Student Opportunity Fund.
The route to higher educational attainment via Fastrack sated Gay Kowo’s thirst for knowledge when she embarked on her course in 2011.
An academic from Edge Hill University’s Business School is giving evidence to the House of Commons’ International Trade Committee tomorrow morning.